Materials

  • corn bioplastic icon
    1 year ago

    What is PLA

    PLA (Polylactic acid) is bioplastic produced from renewable materials and is commercially compostable which addresses the issue surrounding waste disposal of single-use packaging and the dependence on materials derived from finite fossil resources.Read More

  • poke bowl in sugarcane bagasse bowl
    1 year ago

    What is Bagasse?

    Bagasse, also known as sugarcane pulp, is a fibrous material left behind in the sugarcane harvesting process. It has a multitude of uses and is especially valuable in the foodservice packaging industry as a sustainable alternative to conventional plastic packaging. Read More

  • why we love bioplastic PLA
    1 year ago

    Why we love PLA

    Wondering what are the benefits of PLA bioplastic? Learn more about PLA bioplastic and how this durable and flexible material is better for the environment. Read More

  • FSC certification
    2 years ago

    What is FSC™ certification

    Wondering what an FSC certification means? Learn more about the FSC and how they’re ensuring that paper and wood is eco-friendly and environmentally responsible. Read More